Significant Academic Articles of 1998
Author: Bamforth, Nicholas
Source: Judicial Review, Volume 4, Number 2, June 1999 , pp. 134-138(5)
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Abstract:1998 saw the publication of a typically diverse range of articles which either directly concern or touch upon judicial review. Topics raised include the role of the judiciary in and the constitutional basis of judicial review, the meaning of the phrase “error of law” (a significant issue in relation to judicial review for jurisdictional error), the impact of EU law on domestic judicial review, and the powers of local authorities. As might have been expected, however, by far the largest number of articles concern the Human Rights Act 1998. This paper looks at the most significant judicial review related articles of 1998.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1999-06-01
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